The Senate Standing Committee on Community Affairs took the unusual step of making public the responses of a number of parties, to its questions on notice about the legality of Centrelink’s ‘robodebt’ compliance program. This included sensitive emails, between the ATO and DHS/SA, which the ATO provided on 24 Jan 2020.

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